Factors that have a heavy impact on the NCAA Football result forecast (Part 2)

There are a lot of factors that have a heavy impact on the NCAA result forecast. This is the next part which provides many useful experiences from a great amount of matches that you should follow.

How do time of the year impact the findings 

The balls in most of Europe begin in August and end in May. The performance in the first quarter (September-December) will be very competitive and stronger players will still be beaten by the lesser teams.

Now is the time to make a high gamble on the underdogs

Be cautious to watch matches in every European league, including first round, Christmas, boxing day and dark Sunday (the day at home and all of the teams mentioned above lose or the result is badly scored). 

The regular awards were graded and standardized between December and March. The effects seem more normal. More strong teams are winning more, more cohesive teams are returning and the momentum is being lost.

From March to May (last quarter of the season) the results seem more consistent. The teams at the bottom of the rankings have often beaten the top side, and their performance is extremely uneven. Being willing to believe and put a little bit of capital in the underdogs instead of putting a lot of capital into strong teams.

Scale on the rating scale 

Note that bookmakers use lists, results, and a 5-10 year tradition of play-offs to decide odds. But it’s typically not that critical in the first two thirds of the season. The rankings are not so important for the ‘Family Children’ teams,’ since they can easily win at any time based on the configuration of the house. 

For example, Manchester City has been a small team of bookmakers for many years … their map is: win-loss-win-loss … and they barely win more than two games. Liverpool is the biological son of the English Federation, and many members of the English Football Federation come from this forge. Thus the referee or other favors are typically with this squad.